Selected Refereed Publications

Lee, E. (2015). Doing culture, doing race: Everyday discourses of “culture” and “cultural difference” in the English as a second language classroom. In R. Kubota (Ed.), Race and language learning in multicultural Canada [Special issue]. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 36(1), 80-93.

Lee, E., & Marshall, S. (2012). Multilingualism and English language usage in “weird” and “funny” times: A case study of transnational youth in Vancouver. International Journal of Multilingualism, 9(1), 65–82.

Lee, E. (2011). Ethical issues in addressing inequity in/through ESL research. In S. Kouritzin (Ed.), Ethics in cross-cultural, cross-linguistic research [Special issue]. TESL Canada Journal, 28(5), 31–52.

Lee, E., & Norton, B. (2009). The English language, multilingualism, and the politics of location. In M. Sakamoto & S. K. Taylor (Eds.), Overcoming micro (school-based) and macro (societal) level constraints in the development of bilingualism and multilingualism [Special issue]. The International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 12(3), 277–290.

Lee, E. (2008). The “other(ing)” costs of ESL: A Canadian case study. In S. Arkoudis & C. Davison (Eds.), Chinese students: Perspectives on their social, cognitive, and linguistic investment in English medium interaction [Special issue]. Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, 18(1), 91–108.

Lee, E., & Simon-Maeda, A. (2006). Racialized research identities in ESL/EFL research. In R. Kubota & A. Lin (Eds.), Race and TESOL [Special issue]. TESOL Quarterly, 40(3), 573–594.